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Poster: Hal R Date: Aug 11, 2010 8:35am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: TDIH: Blowing up in Hawkeye Country

I listened to the show last night. I think what I have on CD is the Matrix. Things started coming back to me and my wife. All about the standing on the chairs (which your friend fell off). When the band started the folks in front of us (2nd row) all stood on their chairs. So my wife stood on her chair to see as did others around us. At the end of Feel Like A Stranger a conversation ensues asking us to get down off the chairs, folks behind us say, "we are taping", someone in our group says, "Talk to the people in front of us and get them to sit down and we will too." Then at 9:54 on the Feel Like I'm A Stranger, I hear my wife tell the tapers, "I'm standing, sorry. I can't see. I'm short" She is all of 5'2". We laughed about this quite a bit last night. Listened to the show together. I'm lucky, our first show together was 2/5/78 University of Northern Iowa and in the past year we have seen The Dead, Ratdog and Furthur together. So 32 years of the Dead for us as a couple.

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Poster: staggerleib Date: Aug 11, 2010 9:15am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: TDIH: Blowing up in Hawkeye Country

We have to know each other. First show, Auditorium Theatre, Chicago 1978, Iowa City through 1986, then back to Chicago. reach out at my handle at yahoo, ok?